Unicode web ring!

From: Tex Texin (texin@progress.com)
Date: Mon Mar 12 2001 - 04:39:07 EST

After Richard and I cross-linked our docs, it occured to me that
there ought to be a web ring for Unicode and I18n related sites.
I know many of you have excellent informative sites, although
they don't necessarily show up in prominent positions on web searches
and therefore are hard for others to find.

A web ring might help us find each others sites and make it easier to
share Unicode or I18n related information.

So I added a yahoo!ring to http://www.geocities.com/i18nguy/index.html.
If you want to add your site to the Unicode web ring, then hit the
join link at the bottom of the page.

Requesting to join will give you a form to fill out and sends me
a request to approve your site being added.
It may take me some time to process the requests.
When the site is approved you are sent a line of javascript to add
to your web page which links you in.

At least that's the theory, I haven't done this before...


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